Shudder – the premium streaming video service covering horror, thrillers and the supernatural – is transforming April into Halfway to Halloween Month with a mix of new and classic programming, and live call-in recommendations.
April on Shudder will feature the series premiere documentary series Cursed Films; new seasons of The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs and Wolf Creek: The First Eight Friday the 13th Movies; The Exorcist (also the subject of an episode of Cursed Films); Elvira: Mistress of the Dark; live, personalized phone-in recommendations from Shudder’s curator and more.
Creepshow is Shudder’s biggest hit to date so it comes as no surprise that Greg Nicotero-produced horror anthology has been renewed for a second 10-episode season. The show’s first season finale airs October 31st.
Based on the format of the Stephen King-George Romero film, Creepshow adapts short works by horror masters like King, Joe Hill, Joe R. Lansdale, Josh Malerman and others.
The champion of all things B-movie, Joe Bob Briggs continues his successful run at Shudder with the holiday special, Joe Bob’s Red Christmas – a holiday triple feature of ‘the cult, the classic and the bizarre.’
Joe Bob’s Red Christmas will stream on Friday, December 13th at 9 p.m. (ET).
Necromancers, martial artists, demons and more find life on Shudder in November, including three new Shudder Original or exclusive titles plus classics from Takashi Miike, Wes Craven, Dario Argento and Brian Yuzna and more.
Horror/thriller/supernatural streamer Shudder has announced its spring slate of original films – Lizzie (a fresh take on the Lizzie Borden legend); Monster Party (small-time crooks make a serious mistake with their latest target); The Ranger (definitely not Ranger Smith), and Boar (Australian outback; giant boar).
Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium streaming service for horror, thrillers, and the supernatural, has announced a trio of original podcasts: Eli Roth’s History of Horror: Uncut; She Kills – hosted by Adrienne Barbeau, and Visitations with Elijah Wood & Daniel Noah.
Premiere dates, guest list and series descriptions follow.
AMC Network’s streamer Shudder has announced the start of production on its horror anthology series, Creepshow.
The six-episode season will feature an adaptation of an as-yet unannounced Stephen King story, as well as segments based on stories by other award-winning and acclaimed horror writers, including Joe Lansdale, Joe Hill, Josh Malerman, Christopher Buehlman, Bruce Jones, John Esposito and Rob Schrab.